Jadeveon Clowney’s Market: Panthers, Jets and Other Interested Teams Hold Off on Signing Free Agent Pass Rusher

Panthers Maintaining Communication with Jadeveon Clowney, Says Dan Morgan

Carolina Panthers General Manager Dan Morgan has expressed interest in signing free agent pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney, but a deal does not appear imminent. Morgan mentioned that they are in communication with Clowney’s camp, but nothing concrete has been finalized yet. Meanwhile, the Panthers and Jets are reportedly the leading contenders for Clowney’s services, with Jets General Manager Joe Douglas also confirming discussions with his camp. However, no progress has been made at this time. Despite being 31 years old and known for taking his time in free agency to sign one-year contracts, Clowney had a strong season with the Ravens last year, recording 9.5 sacks, which has kept him in high demand. The situation with Clowney remains fluid as multiple teams continue to engage in talks with him. While no deal is imminent, it appears that he will take his time evaluating his options before making a decision on where to go next.

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